*Note: For the investigational use of Adipose-Derived Stem Cells (ADSC’s) for clinical research and deployment.
Orthopedics is the branch of medicine that deals with the treatment of disorders or injuries of the bones, joints, and associated muscles. Stem cells help to create new cells in existing healthy tissues and may help to repair tissues in those structures that are injured or damaged.
When stem cells divide they create progenitor cells. Unlike stem cells, progenitor cells can become cells with more specialized functions, such as brain cells, red blood cells or – of particular interest to orthopedic disorders—components of specialized tissue such as bone or cartilage.
At The Center Of Regenerative Cell Medicine, we are currently studying and offering treatment for the following conditions:
Why Choose Us?
The Center for Regenerative Cell Medicine is home to an experienced team of medical professionals led by Dr. Todd Malan, one of the key physicians in the United States when it comes to stem cell treatments and therapies for a wide range of conditions and disorders related to the bones and joints.
Dr. Malan offers consultative, compassionate treatment for orthopedic disorders using stem cells to address the tissue damage and inflammation that makes many conditions painful and difficult to manage. A pioneer in the study, development, and implementation of stem cell therapies, Dr. Malan understands the science behind each treatment and has continued to develop targeted treatment options for specific orthopedic disorders.